This past weekend over April Fool’s Day in the United States was the latest Double XP extravaganza in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 and Warzone 2. Luckily for players, this was not an April Fool’s joke, and players really got to earn double the XP for everything they did. In addition to regular XP, players also got to earn Double Weapon and Battle Pass XP. This gave all players a chance to ensure they completed their Season 2 Battle Pass before Season 3 and leveled up all of their guns before a new batch is introduced.
However, all good things must come to an end. As of Monday, April 3, there is no longer Double XP active in either Modern Warfare 2 or Warzone 2. Already, players are curious when the next weekend of Double XP will be.
The next Double XP weekend in Modern Warfare 2 and Warzone
Triple-Double + Shipment 24/7 = 🔥📈
Double XP, Double Weapon XP, and Double Battle Pass XP now live until April 3rd at 10AM PT in #MWII and Call of Duty #Warzone2. pic.twitter.com/sKh2hN5EOO
— Call of Duty (@CallofDuty) March 31, 2023
Unfortunately, Activision never broadcasts when future Double XP weekends will be in either multiplayer or battle royale. However, with Season 3 supposedly releasing around April 12, it’s unlikely we’ll see another Double XP weekend during Season 2.
This means that the next Double XP weekend will probably come during the beginning of Season 3. Activision traditionally doesn’t give out Double XP right after a season starts, though, so players might have to wait a weekend or two after Season 3 launches before getting to earn extra XP.
The official Call of Duty Twitter account will usually tweet out when a weekend will feature Double XP during the middle of the week. So players can pay attention to that account for all updates on future Double XP weekends.
We are also waiting to hear official details on Season 3, which could impact when another Double XP weekend arrives.
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